Brandon high school program builds future healthcare professionals
Health care and technology are among the fastest growing careers, and local high schools are grooming those future physicians and medical administrators. At Brandon High School, 120 students are on track to excel in the health care field, taking rigorous courses in the Health Science Academy. As students learn about various careers, Assistant principal Bryan Marshall said they study what a college freshman learns.
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